"Whoever Purchases this Book, will Draw Upon Himself Blessings, Success and Longevity" - Be'er Avraham (Drohobych) – Lviv, 1868 – First, Rare Edition
Be'er Avraham, commentary to Tikkunei HaZohar, by Rabbi Avraham Abele of Drohobych, disciple of the Chozeh of Lublin. Lviv, 1868. First, rare edition. With approbations by Rebbe Yitzchak Eizik of Zidichov, R. Yitzchak Eizik of Komarno (author of Heichal HaBerachah) and R. Yechezkel Shraga Halberstam of Shinova.
To the book approvals of the Admors Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac of Zidichov, Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac of Kumarna (owner of the "Heychal Habracha") and Rabbi Yechezkel Shraga Halberstam of Shiniva, and more. Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac of Kumarna, writes,
"It is impossible in the world to compose such a sacred book, unless the Shechinah is on him ... and it is clear ... and I asked that whoever brought this norah book, would buy for himself as a crown on his head that they are the words of a living G-d. And the right of the holy author will protect everyone who Purchases this book, and blessings and successes and a long life and all good things will be drawn upon him." And Rabbi Yechezkel Shraga Halberstam of Shiniva who writes:
"until close to his death, the holy rabbi Mofet HaDor Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchak of Lublin announced that there is a righteous man here named R. Abele who can save those who need salvation and then learned by It is a miracle that he is the man ... ". The author, Avraham Abele Mikri Dardaki of Drohobych, a hidden tzaddik who dealt with the study of A-B for Children and was engaged at night in the wisdom of Kabbalah and the Tikun of souls, and brought in the book many things in the secret which he received from his father man by man. And the Gaon Rabbi Yosef Shaul Halevi writes about him in his approval:
"And in his life he was hidden and disappeared and Nobody knew his power and heroism ... and the great men of the generation who have Yad Vashem in the secrets of the things said in a whisper ... they testify that he was light of the world ...". After his death, his writings in the Kabbalah were brought before Rabbi Zvi Hirsch of Zidichov and before the "Yishmach Moshe" from Ohel, and sailed with great praise the glory of the sanctity of the book ... and then gave their approvals. It was not possible to print his writings for decades, until the book before us was printed. But because of the restrictions of censorship it was not possible to print his writings for decades, until the book before us was printed (from the introduction and agreements).
Stefanski Hasidut 71.
, 56 leaves, 25 cm. New cover with gilt inscription. Stains. Good condition.